I can give some examples.
It makes sense for New York City dwellers to believe that the electoral college is an obsolete and counterproductive institution; when it is pointed out to them that abolishing it would mean that the five largest cities in the country would effectively cast the only meaningful votes, and that food-producing states would have no influence in presidential politics, they are unlikely to see a problem.
It makes some sense for New York City dwellers to believe in strong gun control, because they live in a densely populated area where even heavily armed criminals can be defeated by cheap communication devices, and the likelihood of accidental injury from powerful weapons is higher than in rural areas. If their police aren’t corrupt, it is completely sensible for urbanites to support extremely invasive weapon controls.
New York City families rarely know where their water comes from, and are more likely to believe that access to water is a human right than rural families are (because of physical realities obvious to rural folk).
New York City families are typically 2 weeks away from cannibalism at all times, and completely unaware of it. Obviously this does not apply to Mormon NYC dwellers and their ilk.
I could probably go on and on, but hopefully you see my point. The viewpoint from a mountain is different from the viewpoint from the plains; so obviously urban families (especially ones who have lived for many generations in cities) are going to have an urban viewpoint, not a rural one.
Well, I’m working on it. In the meantime be aware that I’m far more likely to notice the flaws of urbanites than those of my country (bump)kin, but I am equally willing to criticize or praise either one!